WION Web Team New Delhi, Delhi, India
Feb 03, 2019, 10.23 PM
A delegation of senior BJP leaders have decided to meet Chief Election Commissioner on Monday to register a complaint about West Bengal government blocking rallies of senior party leaders in the state.
The move has come after the West Bengal government led by Mamata Banerjee denied permission for the landing of Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath's chopper in the state on Sunday.
Following the denial, Adityanath addressed rallies via video link at Raiganj and Balurghat in the state.
"The TMC government didn't allow me to come and meet you all. That is why I had to resort to Digital India of Modi-ji to address you. This TMC government is anti-people, anti-democratic and have compromised with national security," PTI quoted Adityanath as saying.
A delegation of senior BJP leaders to meet Chief Election Commissioner on Monday. BJP will complain about West Bengal govt blocking rallies of senior BJP leaders. pic.twitter.com/KNR5F7hc7t